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Trump endorses Romney for U.S. Senate seat from Utah ()
Romney had previously called Trump “a phony” and “a fraud."
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Most Americans say Trump, Congress not doing enough to stop mass shootings, Post-ABC poll finds ()
While the survey illustrates the differences in the country over how to respond to gun violence, it also highlights the intense frustration with the lack of any policy response coming out of Washington despite a series of horrific shootings in recent years.
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Trump endorses Romney for U.S. Senate seat from Utah ()
Romney had previously called Trump “a phony” and “a fraud."
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Tom Ridge is lucky to be alive: ‘I’m told I flatlined three times’ ()
A near-death experience has given the former homeland security secretary fresh perspective on life and living.
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What Trump left out of his tweets about Facebook and Russia ()
Facebook ads were more about sowing discord than boosting Trump, but the ads were just one small part of a bigger, pro-Trump plot.
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Trump lashes out at Oprah on Twitter, calling her 'insecure' ()
The president blasted the former talk-show host for her "60 Minutes” interview.
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Trump tweets another anti-CNN cartoon — this one by the same artist who drew Clinton in blackface ()
Despite past criticism, the president still seems unconcerned about the origins of what he posts on Twitter.
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Lawmaker who led #MeToo push invited staffer to play spin the bottle, complaint says ()
Democratic Assemblywoman Cristina Garcia has denied accusations that she sexually harassed former staffers.
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Trump accuser keeps telling her story, hoping someone will finally listen ()
This Trump accuser keeps asking herself that. But she plans to keep talking about that day in 2006.
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Pennsylvania Supreme Court draws 'much more competitive' district map to overturn Republican gerrymander ()
Elections experts say the new maps are “fairer,” “more compact” and “much more competitive.”
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Another House Republican announces retirement plans ()
Five-term Rep. Thomas J. Rooney (R-Fla.) becomes the 28th House Republican to quit politics this election season.
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All of American history fits in the life span of only three presidents ()
Van Buren to Taft to Bush spans all of America's existence.
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For the weary White House, Florida shooting offered a ‘reprieve’ from scandals ()
In the aftermath of the tragedy, Trump and his aides have escaped questions about a series of controversies. But the mayhem could return this week in Washington.
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Gun found in bag of Trump motorcade driver, Secret Service says ()
Agents said the driver was in “lawful possession” of the gun found outside the gates of Mar-a-Lago on Monday.
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What Trump left out of his tweets about Facebook and Russia ()
Facebook ads were more about sowing discord than boosting Trump, but the ads were just one small part of a bigger, pro-Trump plot.
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Trump lashes out at Oprah on Twitter, calling her 'insecure' ()
The president blasted the former talk-show host for her "60 Minutes” interview.
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Trump expresses support for senators’ gun bill ()
The legislation would give states financial incentives for reporting crimes to the national criminal background system.
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Why Parkland students have emerged as a powerful political voice ()
They're a post-Columbine generation who grew up with the empowerment of social media.
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Zimbabwe’s opposition leader died. Here’s what you need to know. ()
Once strong, Zimbabwe’s opposition is fractured. Elections are only six months away.
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To win 'hearts and minds' in Afghanistan, some aid programs worked better than others ()
A program that combined vocational training and cash helped decrease people's willingness to engage in pro-Taliban actions.
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The Oxfam scandal shows that, yes, nonprofits can behave badly. So why aren’t they overseen like for-profits? ()
Where oversight is lax, problems can flourish.
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Trump lashes out over Russia probe in angry and error-laden tweetstorm ()
The defiant president attacks FBI and McMaster, blames Russian interference on Democrats and claims exoneration.
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Under fire for travel expenses, Pruitt cancels trip to Israel ()
The Environmental Protection Agency chief has faced criticism over the past week for the cost of his domestic and international travel.
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How presidents spent their birthdays ()
Presidents' Day started as a celebration of George Washington's birthday; today, it honors all U.S. presidents.
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